Supporting people with aphasia after stroke or brain injury
Queens AwardTALK received the
Queen's Award
for Voluntary Service
in recognition of the outstanding
contribution made by volunteers

Group Volunteers

Aim of our groups:

To help our members rebuild confidence, self-esteem, familiarise them with strategies to aid conversation and to adjust to life following a stroke.

We offer one to one support at our groups, so by becoming a group volunteer, you will work closely with our members, helping them practise all aspects of communication.  You can do this by conversation, writing, drawing, gesturing and use visual communication aids provided.  Groups have a different theme each week, and activities may include discussions, pictures, word and number worksheets, quizzes, YouTube clips, art therapy, music therapy, table-top gardening and Drama.

Our groups are term time only and run for 2 hours per week.  The groups are run in Walton, Guildford, Ashford and Knaphill.

All our group Volunteers receive initial and ongoing training and are supported by the Groups Coordinator, Group Leader and Operations Manager.

If you’d prefer not to work one to one with our members, there are other opportunities at our groups, so please get in touch using the details below.

What to do next?

Please contact our Operations Manager on 07718 425953 or emailThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.